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Old 07-17-2012, 11:35 AM   #1
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Lunch today- english muffin pizza help

So last time a I made English muffin pizza they were soggy. How do you make them?

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I make them with bagel thins. You can try toasting them first. Use a thick sauce that won't soak into the bagel as quickly and cook on a higher heat.
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I toast my english muffins first, add sauce and cheese after that, bake until cheese melts. I do this all in my toaster oven
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Re: Lunch today- english muffin pizza help

pre-toast the muffins
go easy on the sauce
and cook them under the broiler

crispy and delicious
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Great thanks for all the advice. Any one know a good temp for the over,I was thinking 350?
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You can toast, put a layer of cheese first, sauce and then a sprinkle of cheese
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Great thanks for all the advice. Any one know a good temp for the over,I was thinking 350?
yes 350
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Great thanks for all the advice. Any one know a good temp for the over,I was thinking 350?
I usually do mine at 400 or 425 if they are frozen (I make bathes and freeze them. We bake them frozen).
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I just put them under the broiler so they cook faster.

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